Workshop Day

Workshop Day

Workshop Day: 26 May
Assessing and Reducing Risk of Violence:

Join us for this insightful and informative two part FDV Informed professional development workshop, suitable for diverse professionals, working to reduce Family and Domestic Violence.

Part One: Towards Men’s Behaviour Change

Led by the WA Men’s Behaviour Change Program Network this morning session will explore innovative ideas for embedding long term change.

Focused on improved perpetrator accountability and safety for women and children, the Men’s Behaviour Change Network WA is a collaborative group established to strengthen the working relationships across the perpetrator intervention system in WA.

This session is an opportunity to share learnings, emerging findings and case studies of success including new FDV Informed court documentation which will improve accountability and safety.

Part Two: FDV Informed Family Assessment

Stopping Family Violence works to raise awareness of Family and Domestic Violence (FDV) and change perceptions and will present the afternoon workshop about how to conduct FDV Informed Family Assessment.

Practitioners from across relevant professions are welcome to participate as we explore the key elements of quality assessments and how to conduct them effectively.

We will explore:

  • Assessment overview and purpose
  • Informing future interventions
  • Perpetrator Pattern Based Approach
  • Utilising survivor strengths
  • Ensuring child visibility
  • Gendered views of parenting
  • Integrating with diverse systems to support families

 

Workshop Day Program - Wednesday 26 May 2021

TimeSession TitleCPD Point Allocation
9.00am-10.00am  

WA Men’s Behaviour Change Network

Led by the WA Men’s Behaviour Change Program Network this morning session will explore innovative ideas for embedding long term change. Focused on improved perpetrator accountability and safety for women and children, the Men’s Behaviour Change Network WA is a collaborative group established to strengthen the working relationships across the perpetrator intervention system in WA.

This session is an opportunity to share learnings, emerging findings and case studies of success including new FDV Informed court documentation which will improve accountability and safety.

1
10.00am -10.30amMorning Tea Break 
10.30am -12.00PM

WA Men’s Behaviour Change Network continued

1.5
12.00pm-1.00pmLunch  
1.00pm-2.00pm

FDV Informed Family Assessment

Stopping Family Violence works to raise awareness of Family and Domestic Violence (FDV) and change perceptions and will present the afternoon workshop about how to conduct FDV Informed Family Assessment.

Practitioners from across relevant professions are welcome to participate as we explore the key elements of quality assessments and how to conduct them effectively. We will explore:

  • Assessment overview and purpose
  • Informing future interventions
  • Perpetrator Pattern Based Approach
  • Utilising survivor strengths
  • Ensuring child visibility
  • Gendered views of parenting
  • Integrating with diverse systems to support families
1
2.00pm-2.30pmAfternoon Tea Break 
2.30m-4.00pm

FDV Informed Family Assessment continued

1.5
4.00pm - 4.30pmClosing remarks / wrap up